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Astoria, Oregon. "Wednesday Morning, May 18, 1881.
Food for Thonclit.
The Sunny Clime, published at
Terrell, Texas, is a mighty good
paper, and said the following about
the Boomerang the other da
Just fancy Jolly Old, the wicked
editor of the Sunny Clime, as Kit
Adams, the dear, good soul of the
Modern Argo, dubs us; running
his eyes eagerly and -with their
pupils dilated, over the well-filled
columns of the Weekly Boomerang,
breathing, as it were, the life of
Bill Nye, a man who is known to
be a big, tall, awkward-looking
person, with a heart of the largest
size, aiid to have given the people
fits of laughter until the reddened
in the face. "We are glad to read
in the Boomerang one of the
brightest, freshest and most origi
nal humorists of America; and
hope for longevit' under the vital
izing influence of Kyes jokes, unap
proached and unapproachable.
The editor also asked us i'i a
pleasant, gentlemanly .Vhy to ex
change. So we wrote a nice,
cheerful letter, as near as we can
remember, something like the foleowing:
Editor Sunny Clime, Terrell, Texas:
So you want to exchange with
The Boomerang, do youV You
want to trade a gentle, subdued
wad of liteiature for a priceless
treasure, a casket of rich and radi
ant gems of purest ra- serene?
You want to get eleven dollars
worth of fragrant mirth every
week, that you can work over into
your paper and palm off on your
subscribers as your own. That 's
the kind of an old, bald-headed
smipe of the alkali swamps that you
are, is it? I never saw you, but I
can picture you in my mind's eye
sitting in 'our three-legged chair,
with your feet up on the hat-rack
and your coat tails in the cuspi
dore. You're a healthy old snooz
er from Bitter creek, very evident
ly. Perhaps you'd like to trade
your old rattle-trap semi-annual
for" a library of 50,000 volumes.
We haven't seen vour old tract,
and we don't want to. Now, put
that in your pipe and smoke it, you
cross-eyed old bow-legged rooster
from the rural districts. Life is
too brief to be frittered awar on
every little one-horse editor, who
ought to be hoeing corn or mash
ing squash bugs, instead of ekeing
out a miserable existence as a lit
erary curiosity. Hoping you will
accept the above in a friendly
spirit, you old bald-headed, glass
eyed relic of antiquity,
I remain, j'ours gently, but firm
ly, Bill Nyk.
Last night we got a copy of the
Sunny Cline. It is edited by
girls, with great liquid pleading
eyes, and voices that thrill the
heart like a blessed memory. We
feel that perhaps we would have
written differently had we known
all this before. Somehow our let
ter seems rough and uncouth now
that we know more about the
circumstances. There are passages
in it that grates harshly upon the
ear when we come to read them
over again in the chastened light
of more mature reflection. Still,
we were annoyed a good deal the
day we wrote that letter. A man
had asked us to die, and endow an
institution for the encouragement
of young men who part their hair
in the middle, and a subscriber in
Delaware had witten us to print
more Delaware local news or he
would stop the Boomerang, and
we were feeling bitter toward ail
mankind. That, however, was no
excuse. It has been a valuable
lesson to us, and shown us that we
must govern our fiendish temper,
or some day we will overdo this
thing and get licked till our sys
tem won't hold our political
St Louis Globe.
The President did a very un
wise thing in .writing a letter to
the republican caucus urging the
confirmation of Robertson, for, of
course, that is the particular individual-referred
to in his general
remarks. It is the Presidents
business to make nominations;
when he undertakes to lobby
them through the senate he de
grades his office and himself.
PaciGc county, Washington terri
tory, Counnissitmers court proceed
inss, May 2d, 3d, 4lh, Stli, Gtli and
Present Sebastian Giesy, L. If.
Rhodes and W. D. Whcaldon, com
missioners, and John Davis, clerk.
Ordered, that the proceedings of
February, 1881, session being read, be
amended as follows by striking out the
following order, to wit: Ordered, that
the settlement of J. L. Stout, super
visor of road district No. 1, be ap
proved, and that thereupon the pro
ceedings stand approved.
Ordered, that tho boundary of school
district No. 22 be so changed as to in
clude the following portion of T ION,
l said district, to wit: Le
tt 11 V. in
ginning at the NE corner ot 1 1U,
R 11 V; thence W ' mile, thence S
to the SW corner of the NE i of NE
of soc. 12; thence E to the E bound
ary of T 10 N, 11 11 W; thence N to
place of beginning.
Ordered, that the settlement of J.
L. Stout, supervisor of road district
No. 1 for tho year 1880, as corrected,
be approved, and that orders be drawn
on the funds of said district for the
Ordered, that the bonds of D. A.
Rodway and I. S. Jones to procure
liquor licenses be approved.
Ordered, that the auditor be in
structed to copy into a book to be
kept in his oftice, all bonds and oaths
no such petition presented to this
Ordered, that J. L. Stout return to
tho auditor of Pacific county the tax
list and warrant issued to the super
visor of Peninsula road district No. 1,
for the year 1881, and thereupon the
auditor is instructed to furnish the
supervisor of Tarlett road district No.
9 with an additional list of the assess
able property annexed to and by the
change of the boundary of said dist
rict No. 9; and it is ordered that said
Tarlett district pay all indebtedness
of said Peninsula district prior to the
division, made Slay 5, 1881.
Ordered, that Osborne Goulter bo
appointed supervisor of Peninsula
road district No. 1 for the ensuing
In the matter of the petitions for
tho division of South-bend school dis
trict No. 11, it is ordered that the pe
tition bo not grauted, for the reason
that a remonstrance has been present
ed to this board, with good and suf
ficient reasons for not grunting the
Ordered, that the petition for the
consolidation of school districts Nos.
4 and G be not granted, good and
sufficient reason for the same havimr
been furnished to this board.
Ordered, that J. H. Turner be ap
pointed supervisor' of Smith creek
road district No. 2, for the ensuing
Ordered, that there not appearing
to the board of commisioners of Pacific
county any just ground for the de
LOST. Tuesday lent. May to. lfcSl. about
lw fa'hom oil aal new net. inlxed:
about Co fathom id. lye balance new. No.
10 in old net. Uarlfjfti An. 1 In new. Corks
marked K. lxt infill bay of Astoria. below
the largo Khmer fayner. The finder u ill
bejuluibl rcuinfit'unu leaIiiK the net. or
word for the nuHrfiimcil. at the sawmill
uaiuii-rv, sVMomi. if lAiuunAoi.
A REWARD OF ONE HUNDRED DOL-.
juUars will le paid by the undersigned for
the arrest and conviction of any person or
persons, who may be found cutting or molest
ing the water pipes belonging to the Astoria
Water company. J. F. XOWLKN.
Astoria, May intli. 1SS1.
TF. HAVE NOW 1'LACEO THIS FIRST
IT class vessel on the berth for salmon
loading to Lnerpool. For particulars regard
ing rates of freight und Insurance, apply to
RODGKRS. MEYER & CO ,
SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING STOKE.
of countv oilicers.
r-.t .".- it .i. OW 1 ,.f t T
n- ir-TA'w 77 ?u 5" rul mands nindo by Wahkiakum county
9b1e,,0M.L?t?IJ:b-rG.lJ! Uainst the school funds of Pacific
ana su. o. rom lor inu imm oi
years, at the rate of ten dollars (10)
per annum, payable yoarly in att ranee.
Ordered, that A. S. Bush bo ap
pointed supervisor of Bay Center road
district No. 10, for the ensuing year.
Ordered, that John B. Hose bo ap
pointed supervisor of North River
road district No. 7, for the ensuing
Ordered, that a new road district be
formed out of portions of South Bend
district No. G and North River district
No. 7, said new district to be called
and known as Smith Creek road dis
trict No. 2, bounded and described as
follows, viz: Beginning at the SE
corner sec 20, T 14 N, R 8 W; thence
N to the county line; theuce V 4
miles; thence S to the Willapa river;
thence E following the meanders of
said river to the NE comer of lot 3, j
sec 20, T 14 N, R 9 ; thence E to
place of beginning.
Ordered, That the petition of Thos.
Roney and others praying for the es
tablishment of a county road from
Wheatons mill to the residence of F.
Albright, T. Roney A; Co., on Mill
creek, m the illapa valley, be grant
ed, and W. W. Lilley. James Swain
and J. TT. Turner appointed viewers,
and J. A. Whcaldon, surveyor, to
meet at said mill on tho 27th day of
May, 1881, and view, survey, and lay
out said proposed road. t
Ordered, That the petition of A. !
K. Bush and others, praying for a
road from tho north bank of the
Willapa river beginning at or near the
east line of A. K. Bush land claim,
running thence in a northerly direc
tion to Smith creek h. granted; and
Orlands Carnage, James Swain and
John Skidmore are hereby appointed
viewers, and J. A. Whcaldon sur
veyor; to meet at tho residence of A.
K. Bush on the 25th day of May,
1881, to view, survey and lay out
Ordered, That the boundaries of
county tho same bo and is hereby re
jected. Ordered, that the clerk of this board
notify all persons in arears with inter
est on school money, to settle tho
same on or before July 1, 188L
Ordered, that the grand and petit
jurors required of Pacific county for
1881 be furnished as per list on file
with the auditor.
Ordered, that the following bills be
Mrs. A. S. Bush, for school super
intendent services and one quar
ters salary .S15 75
G. Hansen, for repairing clock for
the com t house l 0
Jthn Brown, for work on assess
ment rolls 10 00
D. C. Ireland, for receipt book and
uublishini! official proceedings..
John Brown, for express charges
on assessment rolls.
Osborne Goulter, for cord wood
furnished court house
John Davis, for auditors fees, post
age stamps and blank books. ... 93 30
John Brown, for preparing and
posting notices ot sale of delin
quent taxes 20 43
.Sebastian Giesy ."for services (six
days) as county commissioner
anil mileage 39 (50
L. 11. Rhodes, for county commis
sioners services (five days) and
mileaee 2ft 00
t W. D. Whealdou, for county com
' missioners services (six days)
and mileage .36 00
.John Davis, for services as clerk
to countv commissioners (six
days) IS 00
Ordered, that the court adjourn sine
fKAI. Skuastiax Gii:sy,
Attest, John- Davis Clerk
.. 2 00
Proposal for Building Wharf at
Ilwaco. W. T.
T3IDS FOR EXTENDING THE WHARF
JL and roadwa of the Ilwacn 'Wharf I
company, at Ilwaco, "W. 1 ., Irom the pros- j
ent wharf in a southeasterly direction, from !
VJ0 to GOO feet. Mill be recencdatthe ofllre I
ot the company until ha. m. May 9). tsi.
was Miouiu Mate me price per uueai tool ior
the roadway : also for ronstructins the main
wharf and ?llp. in accordance with plans and
specifications to be .seen at the ofllee of J. H.
D. Gray. Astoria, Orepon, until Tuesdav,
May 17. IR8I. after which time they will be In
the hands of the secretary of the companv at
Ilwaco, W. T. The company reserve "the
riirht to reject am or all bids.
U A. I.OOMIS,
President I. W. Co.
Ilwaco, W. T., May 0, 1831.
I THE NEWS!
WELCOME TO AJJL !
THE FISHING SEASON HAS OPENED AND SO HAS TEE POPULAR
SAN FRANCISCO I
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Cb'EMUCS STEFET. ASTOBl t.
The Best of Linger 5 Cts. a Glass
Orders for the
Celebrated ColniMa Brewery
jfaS 1 1" 535 trt.
Left at thU place will be promptly attend
tSr-Xo cheap San Francisco Beer old at
The Xew School Kooki.
Messrs. Chas.Stevenstfc Son have a full
Mipply of text books latelv adopted by
the state, and which must he introduced
m the public schools by or before Octo
The followiim books are offered at in-
troductory prices or exchange:
.iiuiuicui2 -ciuniciuai ucuiiipiiv.
Wilson & Fisher
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
WhIc.hwiU.De exchanged for country pro
duce or sold at lowest prices.
Corncr.Cheuaxmis-aiul Hamilton Street-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office Over the "White House Store.
Rksidkxce Next door to Mrs! Munsou'p
boarding house, Chenamus street, AstorU
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAAV.
Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
fl TV. FUI.TOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over rage Si Allen's store, Caw street
Xp C. MOIjDKN'.I ,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
Chenamus Street, near Occident Hotel,
Agent "Wells, Fargo & Co.
i CLOTHING- STORE j
Opened the largest and best
selected stock of
Gents Furnishing &ods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TKUNKS AND VALISES, HATS AND CAPS,
-AND THE BEST-
Rooms In Allen's buildinz ud stairs, cornr
of Cass and Sieiuocqhe streets.
R. X. D. JK.VMX(;S,
rHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, is68
Physician to Bdv View hosnltal. Baltimore
ufkk'k in rage & Allen's building, up
T A. McIXTOSH.
Occident Hotel Rullding,
ASTORIA ... OREGON
Q H. HATTi &, CO.,
Doors. WlndowH. Blinds, Tra
8omg, ImBiber, Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Geu
evlve and Astor streets.
Montiellis Comprehensive Geography.
Tarlett road district No. 9, be changed
and that said district lf honndod as
follows, viz: Beginning at the NWj, Kroojcs Primary, hlcracntary, rit-
mn fuoc t 'p lov x it '-ten and Higher Arithmetics.
corner of lot 2 Sec Jl. 12 ZS, R 11 . TJ,e fon3wlnj, wUi be sold at inlro-
tv, uieuce cast to onoaiwaier way, l iiuetory rates, but not on exchange:
t ilUSUUS V I1IUIS OPl'llCI.
Watsons Youths .Speller.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowle
& Sons, Boston.
Pfunder'-s medicines are made
from Oregon roots, herbs and barkB,
and are not patent medicines, but
purely" Vegetable families remedies.
thence following the meanders of
Shoal water bay to the NE corner of
lot 1, Sec. 0, T 10 N, R 10 W, thence
following former boundary of said
district to the NV corner of the!
SW of Sec. 27, T 10 N, It 11 W, j
thence E to the NE corner of the j
NV ' of SE J of said Sec. 27. 1
thence S to the NE corner of lot 3,
Sec. 31, T 10 N, R 11 W, thence fol
lowing the meanders of Bakers bay to
the military reservation, thence W to
tho PaciGc ocean, thence following
the country line to place of beginning.
Ordered, that Peninsula road
district No. 1, be bounded as follows,
viz: Beginning at the NW corner of
lot 2, Sec. 33, T 12 N, It 11 W, thence
N following the county line to the
point of the peninsula, thence south
erly following the meanders of Shoal
water bay to the SE corner of lot 4,
Sec. 10, T 12 N, It 11 W, thence W
to the NE corner of the SE 4 of NW
2- of Sec 9, T 12 N, It 11 W, thence
S to the NW corner of the S E i of
Sec. 33, T 12 N,.lt 11 W, thenco W
to placo of beginning.
Ordered that Wallicut road district
be bounded as follows, viz: Beginning
at the N W corner of the S W f section
27, T 10 N, R 11 W; thence E to the
ISE corner of the N W J of SE 1 of said
sec; thence S to the NE corner lot 3,
sec 34, T 10 N, R 11 W; thence E, N
and S, following former boundary of
said district to place of beginning."
Ordered, that the bonds of petition
ers for a county road at Wheatons
mill, and from Willapa river to Smith
creek be approved.
Ordered, that the settlement of I.
S. Jones, treasurer of Pacific county,
Ordered, that the settlement of John
Brown, sheriff of Pacific county, bo
Ordered, that the SW 4 of SW of
sec 15, and W i of NW of sec 22,
T 10 N, It 11 W heretofore assessed
to J. L. Phillips and sold to Pacific
county for taxes, be reoffered, and the
sheriff is hereby erdered to publish
notice and make sale of said real es
tate, on or before the 27th day of
In the matter of the romonstranco
of certain householders of Pacific
county, remonstrating against a pe
tition for a road commencing at the
east line of A. K. Bush land claim,
running east to the first creek, thence
north to Smith creek or the county
line, is ordered rejected, there being
Montiellis Eay Le-son in Popular
Lytcs Ionk Keeping.
est lakes Common School Literature.
Citv Rook Stohk,
The Count Cinchon was the Spanibh
Viceroy in Peru in 1030. The Counters,
his wile, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
the use of the native remedy, the Peru
vian bark, or. as it was called in the
language of the country, "Quinquina."
Grateful for her recovery, on her return
to Euroe in lffe, she introduced the
remedy in Spain, where it was known
under various names, until Linnams
called it Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had brought them that which was
more precious than the gold of thelncas.
To this day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty years, science has aiveu
us nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
mini mini, xiii." inivki-iiui luiiiu wnuc
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Bitters, which arc as effective
against malarial fever to-day as thev
were in the days of the old Spanish
Viceroys. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of theo bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known quality.
Atrial will satisfy you that this L the
best bitter in the world. "The proof of
the pudding is in the eating," and we
willingly abide this test. For sale by
all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
J. TTT- O O IN" DNT,
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Madeuy the newiinces.
The het Flour in the market. K er ai-k
guaranteed ; If not jjood as represented you
can return it. Merchants will Und it to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
BKAN. SHOUTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
I'ersons wishing Flour or F-ed will find me
nt my new Druir Store, at O. IL & N. Co's
dock. Astoria. J. "W. COXX.
CARTER'S GAPE ANN
KUBBER BOOTS, ETC.,
WHICH WILL UK SOLI) AT SAX FRANCISCO WHOLESALE. PRICES.
REMEMBER THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
HAVING MADE AKKANOEMF.NTS IN NFW YORK AND SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR THE PURCHASE OF ALL 3IT GOODS, MY
FACILITIES FOR BUYING ARE SUCn
AS TO ENABLE AIE TO
Undersell all Others. I Defy Competition.
THE DEW DROP 1HH !
Oh. fishermen, all hear Hip good news :
A fine saloon Ls startiHl with hest of
Liquors. Wines and Beer,
AXI) FIXK FKEK M'XCH FXC.t AKDE1).
The randet Caviar ami Chceie.
IX SAXmVICH THICK AXI) TIIIX
And will von mxmhI a plensaut hour, drop in
at the I)KV KKOI INN on Coiicomly .street.
FLOUB AND mLSTUFF
CO"KT.lXITI,Y Q.V HAXI.
Which we ar
same prices sold
irized to sell at
ir at the mills.
FLOUR guirattfed to be equal to
anv manulactcisd on this ooast
J. R. 1FARISH, Agent,
Interior Merchants' Agency,
Xo.SO't'Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
UHIiENlIAIlT A SCIIOEXE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OREGON.
Ilot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and Saiphur
0ySpeclnl attention xlven toladies'and
ehildren's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Iadles.
BOOT AZTD SHOE
Chkxamus Stkkkt. opposite Adlert Book
Store. - ASTOKIA. OBRfiOX.
137 Perfect fits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Gle me a trial. All orders
W. I M't'AIIK,
J. A. BROWIf
BKOYTN A McCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria oftice At E. C. Holden'i Auction
btore. Portland office 24 B street. 13-U
Facts and Fiaures !
GREAT SURPRISE AT TIIE
San Francisco Store!
UKRK ARE PRICES OF GOODS THAT WILL SURPRISE ALL.
MENS AND BOYS
CASIMERE SUITS FROM.
EXTRA BEST SUITS
FINE BLACK SUITS
CASIMERE PANTS " .
EXTRA BEST PANTS "
$ 8 00
BOYS SUITS. ALL SORTS, FROM 6 00
TO 15 00
" 20 00
" 25 00
" 22 00
" 4 00
" 5 50
" 12 00
A cough, cold or sore throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. Brown's Bronchial troches do not
disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
flamed parts, allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
singers and public speakers are subject
to. For thirty years Brown's bronchial
troches have been recommended by
physicians, and always give ierfect
satisfaction. Havimr oeen tested by
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they haye attained well
merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Peter Wllhelm has established a
first class saloon in C. H. Page's
building, on Squemoqhe street, near
the bell tower, and has appointed
Messrs. Wm. Beck & Co. his agents.
The best of everything in the line of
wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc., will
'be kept oh hand.
I WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citizens of AMoriaand tirhutythat I
have opened a
Xcar the O. R. & X. Co's dock. My stock b
new and fresh and any one wishing any
thing In my Hue may depend on getting the
PUREST .VXD BEST.
I have secured the services of Mr. A. I.
Johns, a careful and competent Druugbt of
fourteen years experience, who will attend
to the lrescriptlon Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombs, Toilet Sets,
And everything usually kept in a first class
Drug Store, and they will be sold at the
VERY IXVEST TRICES.
By strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share ot the piiblte patronage.
ResecttnTly, J. W. COXX.
P.S.T-ffnyslcians prescription compound.
ed day or eight.
JUMPERS " CO
ALIi WOOL SOCKS 20
CHECKER SOCKS. SIX PAIR FOR .....'.
COTTON SOCKS, THREE PAIR FOR-.-. -
WHITE SHIRTS FROM SO
COLORED - 75
CASDEERE" " S 1 50
FLANNEL 1 00
BLUE NAVY .. 2 00
FLANNEL UNpERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS FROM 1 25
COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 60
3LARINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS r0
60 CTS. TO SI 00
' 1 00
AT MUSIC HALL,
E5. -a.. cTJinsnar.
UfAITJS, IWIJLI, PEED A HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Souemocqhe streets.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Cheuainus anil Cass streets.
" I 50
LONG OIL COATS FROM -.
. 2 75
BOOTS AND SHOES.
MENS CALF BOOTS FROM .
MENS KIP BOOTS
ELASTIC GAITERS -BUCKLE
Wm. Houseman of Portland
BEOS LEAVE TO NOTIFY HIS friends
and customers that he has opened
A FISHERMAN'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE
Net to G. W. Hume's grocery store.
F. HOUSEMAN, Agent
HANSEN BROS ,
Contractors and Builders,
COKXER ASTOR AXD CASS STREETS.
Near Congregational Church.
And are now ready to receive orders for all
Contracts taken to build and repair
ships, nocsEs, boats, etc.,
AT LOWEST RATES.
JSr-Doors and Window Frames made t o
P. T. BARCLAY.
T. H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
I HAVE THIS SPRING STRAINED EVERY NERVE AND USED MY
ENTIRE ENERGY AND BEST JUDGMENT IN PLACING IN OUR AS
TORIA HOUSE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF THE ABOVE LINE OF GOODS.
CALL AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELF. YOU ARE "WELCOME.
I "WILL GLADLY SHOW MY GOODS, NO MATTER "WHETHER YOU
BUY OR NOT. NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER.
San Francisco. Store. iSquemocqhejatreet, next door toPaze & Allea's store, north of
Walla-wallaKestaurant. Astoria Oregon.
C. H. STOCKTON,
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
st door to Afltorlan Office, In